Daily Archives: December 5, 2017

Magic #Write Photo Prompt

Originally posted on forgottenmeadows:
She couldn’t quite place the feeling, as she felt her heart healing in this place of magic, here in the forgotten woods. ? image borrowed from Sue Vincent ? In response to Sue’s Photo Prompt: Magic…

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Spirit – Iain Kelly #writephoto

There was no magic in what he did. The snow made it easy to track the footprints. So long as it did not snow again before nightfall, he would find his prey. The creek had not frozen over yet, the … Continue reading

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Two White Mice by Anita Dawes – Reblogged from Smorgasbord

Delighted to share a short story from the Christmas archives of author Anita Dawes. When you feel that there is little to celebrate, a random act of kindness can bring the sparkle and spirit to Christmas alive. Two White Mice … Continue reading

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Riddles of the Night – Templar Shadows (1)

Originally posted on Sun in Gemini:
Sue and Stuart opening the Riddles of the Night weekend at Baecca’s Well. It began at Baecca’s Well… Sue and Stuart have run many successful weekends in the course of the Silent Eye’s short…

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Eira – from Powered by Robots #writephoto

It had finally come, the first real snow of winter. Robert Jeffries knew she would come with it, as she had ever since they’d met ten years ago. He had only been fifteen then. He’d gotten into another argument with … Continue reading

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Conscience – Craig Towsley #writephoto

The rider stopped to water his horse at the open creek. The animal whinnied. “Thought I lost you a few days back,” he said, warming his hands and lifting his face to the low, winter sun. “You tried. Almost did,” … Continue reading

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Ani’s Advent Invitation: A snowball’s chance…

So, I should be going home today…’bout time too if you ask me. Gallivanting, that’s all you can call it. Gadding about… Has no-one ever told her about hibernating in winter?? All I get out of her is ‘workshop’ and … Continue reading

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Striding out… Stuart France

* If all goes well You’ll be setting out… * * For a landscape of old About which legends are told… * * Where hermits habitually stay And giant figures still play. * Source: Stuart France

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Direction #midnighthaiku

New journeys begin Taking the long road homewards Leave regrets behind

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